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JCERDC

India-U.S. Joint Clean Energy Research and Development Centre (JCERDC)

Announced during President Obama’s visit in November 2010, the JCERDC is a promising initiative for joint R&D activities by Indian and U.S. teams of scientists and engineers. CEEW is partnering with the U.S.-based Natural Resources Defense Council and the Administrative Staff College of India to support the centre's critical first steps through information dissemination, consultations and programme design.

CEEW RESOURCES

Fact Sheet for JCERDC by NRDC-ASCI-CEEW

CEEW Blog on Technology Collaboration


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA/U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RESOURCES

Funding Opportunity Announcement

Budget Justification

Budget Information Form


NEW DELHI WORKSHOP

CEEW hosted the India-U.S. Joint Clean Energy Research and Development Centre funding opportunity workshop in New Delhi on Friday, 8 July 2011, 9:30am-2pm at the India Habitat Centre, Magnolia Room. More than 70 participants attended the workshop to discuss the JCERDC opportunities and challenges, issues regarding IP sharing and future prospects of the collaboration.

Notes from JCERDC New Delhi Workshop held on 8 July 2011

List of Participants at the New Delhi Workshop.


OTHER WORKSHOPS HELD

Notes from JCERDC Hyderabad Workshop held on 21 June 2011

List of Participants at the Hyderabad Workshop.

Notes from JCERDC New York Workshop held on 29 June 2011

List of Participants at the New York Workshop.


JCERDC FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT

 

The results of the bids for joint India-U.S. research projects in the areas of Solar, Second Generation Biofuels and Building Efficiency have now been announced.  We would like to congratulate the winners, and hope the bidding process has also laid the foundation for potential collaboration amongst a number of other institutions.  Click here for announcement

 

 

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